Mineral Depletion

Curing Mineral Deficiency Eliminates Diseases

Dr. Hisatake Nojima published a book in Japan called "The Mineral Deficiency Has Been the Cause of All Modern Day Diseases and Life Style Illnesses". The title of the book is self explanatory. He writes "If our government forces farmers to mineralize their soils, there won't be any cancer, diabetes, and heart related illnesses. Medical facilities will not be required other than for emergency and cosmetic surgery."

Imagine the implication of this statement. Insurance companies, government controlled medical services, hospitals and drug manufacturers would have to find something else to do. Dr. Nojima showed that our body can be made whole with the use of ionic minerals. He owns a clinic in a fashionable part of Tokyo where he cured over 4,500 stage four cancer patients in 11 years of his practice in Tokyo. As you'd expect, he was ostracized by the medical establishment.

Dr. Robert O. Young asks a challenging question in his book "The pH Miracle": "If a fish is sick, would you treat the fish or change the water?" Our cells are the fish. Our lymphatic fluid is the water in the aquarium. Dr. Emoto and other researchers say that we are water based life forms.

We must constantly replenish the stagnant water in the body. We must be using Living Water to build healthy tissue, not the dead water supplied us by the industrial water processors.

Can you see the connection between stagnant polluted water and aging?  What then is this "Living Water"?

If water that can cure our internal problems, as Dr. Batmanghelidj documented, what are the minimal components to sustain life? Let us list it here:

• Oxygen – not stale, polluted air, but negative-ion-rich humidity-energized air.

• Nutrients – not dead, fried, industrial food, but nature-grown whole living foods.

• Water – not dead, chlorinated and fluoridated water, but micro-clustered
   low-surface-tension water.

• Minerals – not ground up rocks or colloids, but ionic or chelated minerals.

• Circulation – not a stagnant sedentary swamp, but exercise and activity supported fresh


If you lack:

• Calcium (Ca): Susceptibility to illnesses associated with bones. Bones can become more easily broken and teeth become weaker. Also necessary for the neutralization of acids in the body.

• Sodium (Na): Loss of appetite, vomiting, dehydration, low blood pressure and dizziness. Can also be responsible for bloating due to the body hoarding its water reserves. Necessary to neutralize acids.

• Molybdenum (Mo): Anemia, rapid breathing, higher blood pressure (pushing blood circulation faster), decreased sexual function.

• Vanadium (V): Increases cancer risks and heart related problems. Abnormality in fat metabolism, can affect growth hormones resulting in growth associated problems.

• Germanium (Ge): Susceptibility to age associated illnesses.

• Magnesium (Mg): Fatigue (general and muscular), appetite loss, numbness in feet and hands, tightness in muscles. Can cause irregular heart beats, heart attacks, and other heart related illnesses. Also necessary to neutralize acids.

• Potassium (P): Muscle weakness, increased incidence of; arthritis, high blood pressure, irregular heart beat, as well as other heart related problems. Also necessary to neutralize acids.

• Manganese (Mg): Dizziness, loss of balance, diabetes, weight loss, dermatitis, unhealthy growth, impaired fertility.

• Nickel (Ni): Decreases intestinal ability to absorb nutrients and minerals. Possible kidney/liver disease.

• Cobalt (Co): Can cause Pernicious Anemia.

• Selenium (Se): Rigidity of heart muscles, heart attacks, hardening of the arteries. Susceptibility to cancers, lowered immune function, premature aging, lowered sexual appetite.

• Iron (Fe): Anemia, shortness of breath, fatigue, headaches and dizziness. Menstrual pain, excessive nervousness, loss of appetite and concentration. Problems associated with the tongue.

• Copper (Cu): Anemia, sickly/pale skin, gray hair and split hair ends. Heart weakness, hardening of the arteries, impaired lymphatic circulatory function.

• Phosphorus (P): Fatigue, inability to sleep although tired, poor growth, bone weakness.

• Zinc (Zn): Dermatitis, cuts slow to heal, growth impairment, depression, change in taste buds. Irregular menstruation reduced sexual appetite and function, impotence, immune system suppression.